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FOR REFERENCE 

Do Not Take From This Room 



W©slwood Public Library 



foreword 



"Bon Voyage" is the shout from the shore. Slowly we, the class of 1951, leave 
and climb aboard our ship "Success." 

The windlass creaks as the anchor is raised, and the ship moves forward as 
the sails billow in the wind. Our sturdy vessel heads totvard the horizon, leaving 
"The Green Years" behind. 

From the shore our parents', teachers'", and 
friends' voices grow dim, and we find ourselves 
faced with rolling leaves. 

With the guidance of our parents, who have 
given us the code of life and the knowledge 
gained from our teachers, ive can now steer a 
straight course. 

Emerging as graduates, ire find ourselves on 
the threshold of a fabulous era. Our glimpse al 
the stars reveal a future to be faced eagerly. 
With heads high, let us stride forward to meet 
the challenge of the years ahead. 



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WESTWyOD HIGH SCHOOL 
WESTWOOD, MASS. 

1951 

VOLUME 1SL 



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I To tin- tiiiir of "Harbor Lights" ) 

Good-by dvar Wt'slicood lli^h. 
Sadly ir«' think of you in parting. 
For nil thr joyx i<«''t'«' shnri'd 
Thrsr past four y«'ors gon<' by. 

To parents, ti-acln-rs, friends, 
\J V one our gratitude tonight; 
For fitting us for all 
The future days ntoy send. 

The goal U4''ve reached this day 
Has been our aim for Vfv/rs, 
And ue'i'4' prepared ourselves 
As the future m-ars. 

And though ne say good-by, 

Af'M' paths to seek and find and folloic, 

\ our honor ue'll uphold. 

Our dear old If estuood High! 



Audrey Sheaf 



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oem 
THE CLASS OF 1951 



A vessel new and shining bright. 
Her bow with ribbon yet adorned. 
Sails forward on into the night 
And onward still unto the morn. 

The crew — tlw captain — both are Iraitu'd 
To work together day by day. 
And all their thoughts as one are aimed 
To guide it safely on its nay. 

Just as the vessel leaves the shore 
I pon lifers way, a youth sets sail. 
And blissful of the storms in store. 
He travels on — nor fears the gale. 

He journeys on to find the right. 

The true, the straight, and narroic way 

For peace and honesty to fight. 

And meet each challenge day by day. 

f7en as the captain leads the crexc 

In time of toil, of pain or strife, 

The youth doth turn, dear Lord, to you 

To guide him down the path of life. 

Constance Girling 



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We, the Class of 1951, dedicate our yearbook with deep 
affection and appreciation to you, our class advisors, ivho have 
helped to charter our course through "The Green Years". 




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Loiiisf \, Fay 

Biisinrss 




RolxTl F. PiiTce 

Mathi'iuativs 



Frances M. BuriiH 

English 




Wiliiam J. Claffey 
Business 




Edmund W. Thurston, Sii perintendent 

In Command 




Marjorie Ball 

I'll Ysiral Education 



George Bader 
Physical Education 




Helen F. McLaren 

Secretary 



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Duane E. Kociiia 

History 



Mary M. Keeiiau 

English-Guidance 




Miriam T. Smith 

English-Latin 



Joseph A. Chicetti 

Industrial Arts- 
Visual Aids 





Esther Chapman 

French-Spanish 



Isaiah Chase, Principal 

Chief Navigator 




Marguerite B. Knight 

Household Arts 




John J. Markarian, Jr. 
Music 



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BARBARA HARDIGAN 

185 Dover Road 



"Barb" 



College 



To !ij>end an April in Paris 
"I'aricly's the very spice of life." 

Cla^> Fre^itlcnt 3. 4; Student Council 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3. 4; Frcnc h Clul) 3: 
Nahatan News 3. 4: From Committee 3; Senior Play 4: Glee Club 2. 3. 4; 
Chorus 2. 3. 4: Double Quartd 4; Acappella Choir 4; Head Drum Majorette 
3, 4; Che.Tleader 3. 4; Softball 3. 



".4 committiitY is like a ship, everyone ought to be prepared to take the helm.'' Henrik Ibsen, 



{/[/estivood 
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AUDREY BEAUDOIN 

To own a Call iliac convertible 

Merchandisini; 

34 Hillview Road 

^'Audrey'' 

"A thing of beauty is a joy forever." 

French Club 2, 3. Secretary 2; Dramatics 
Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 
1, 2. 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Acappella 
Choir 4. 



NATALYE BILL 

To own a large horse ranch 

College 

6 Birch Tree Drive 

"Nat" 

"The best thing for the inside of man is 
the outside of a horse." 

Asst. Editor. Yearbook 4; Dramatics 
Club 4; Bowling Club 4; Nahatan News 
4; Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 3, 4; 
Acappella Choir 4; Softball 3; Basket- 
ball 4. 




JAMES BLIZZARD 


DONALD BROWN 


JANE CARRIERE 


To he a coach 


To he a chef 


To have five boys 


College 


Mechanic ^ 


Telephone Operator 


52 Bailey Street 


61 Dean Street 


35 Church Street 


-Bliz" 


"Don" 


"Jane" 


"Better be three hours too soon than one 


"The only way to have a friend 


"Happiness is the supreme obj 


minute too late." 


is to be one." 


existence." 



Class Vice-President 1; Student Council 
1; Dramatics Club 2; Football 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4; Baseball 2, 3. 



Student Council Vice-President 4; A. A. 
President 4; Spanish Club 3: Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Football 
1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3. 



A. A. 4; French Club 2. 3; Spanish Club 
3; Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 1. 2, 
3, 4; Chorus 3. 4; Acappella Choir 4. 



'My soul is full of lougiug for the secret of the sea 

And the heart of the glad ocean sends a thrilling pulse through me 



Lonsfellow. 




PATRICIA COYNE 

To travel 

Sei-rt'tarial 

68 Hi<;li\if\% Street 

•■/'«/■• 

■7 only ask lor iniormalion." 

Naliatan News 4; Prom Committee 3; 
<;iee Cliil) 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 2. 3. 4; 
IJaskelbaJI 4. 



GEOKCIA.N DEL'ETOILE 

To marry Paul 

Nursin;; 

22 Westland Avenue 

"(ieoraie'' 

''The purjwse firm is equal to the deed.'' 

Dramatics Clui) 1, 2. 3. 4; P'rencli Club 
2. 3; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 
4; Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Chorus 3. 4; 
Cheerleader 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 3, 4; 
Softball 3. 




BEVERLY DRAPER 

To he a vocalist 

-Medical Secretarial 

368 Pond Street 

"Bei' 

"If e can do everything we want to do if 
we stick to it long enough.'' 

Class Secretary 1. 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 
4; Student Council 1. 2. 3. 4; A. A. Sec- 
retary 4: Spanish Club 2. \ ice-President 
3; Dramatics Club 4: Bovvlini; Club 4: 
Prom Committee 3: (Ilee Club 1. 2. 3; 
Pianist 4: Chorus 2. 3. 4; Double Quar- 
tet 3, 4; liasketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 
2,3. 



BETSY FISHER 

To own a horse 

Secretarial 

20 Lanark Drive 

"Bet' 

"If hy, I have all my dreams." 

Swimming Club 1: Bowling Club 
Nahatan News 4; Prom Committee 
Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 2, 3, 
Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Softball 2. 



JOAN FLETCHER 

To be a ballerina 

Nursing 

402 Washington Street 

"Fletch" 

"If hen out oj sight, quickly also 
out oj mind." 

Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Bowling Club 
4; Nahatan News 4; Senior Play 4 
Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4 
Chorus 2. 3, 4; Acappella Choir 4 
Cheerleader 3, Co-Captain 4. 



'And all llw nay, to giiidp their chime, irith fulling oar.s they kept the time . . ." Andrew Marvell. 



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GAIL GEORGE 

To take a Irip to S\vilziilaii<l 

Teaching 

734 Higli .Street 

"6V,/7" 

"Second ihoiighls they say are best.'' 

Hobhy Clul) 1; French Cluh 2. 3; Span- 
ish Ciui) 3; Dramatics Clul) 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Glee Club 
1, 2. 3. 4; Chorus 4; Double Quartet 3, 
4; Acappella Choir 4; Softball 3. 



CONSTANCE GIRLING 

To run a kindergarten 

Teaching 

31 Carroll Avenue 

"Connie" 

"The une exclusive sign vj a thorough 
knowledge is the power of teaching." 

Hobby Club 1; Photography Club 1; 
Camera Club 4; French Club 2, 3; 
Spanish Cluh Treasurer 3; Dramatics 
Club 4; Nahatan News 1. 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 
2, 3, 4; Aca])pella Choir 4. 




WALTER HARRINGTON 

To successfully work at designing 

Engineering 

38 Oxford Koa.l 

"Wall/' 

"Silence is deep as Eternity, speech is 
shallow as time." 

Senior Play 4. 




ROBERT HAYES 

To own a tiadillac con\ertible 

Accounting 

Westfield Street 

"Bob" 

"Business? It's quite simple. It's other 
people's money." 

Senior Play 4; Prom Committee 3. 



DAPHNE HODGES 

To be a singer in Musical Comedy 

Secretarial 

82 Lakeshore Drive 

"Daphne" 

"W ithout music life would be a mistake." 

Dramatics Club 4; Camera Club Secre- 
tary 4; Glee Club 4; Chorus 4; Acap- 
pella Choir 4. 



"Faintly as tolls the evening chime. Our voices keep tune and our ours keep lime,"^" Andrew Marvell, 




SAxNDRA HUGHES 

To be a comedifiine 

Languajies 

73 Bailey Street 

"Sandy" 
"It is to laugh." 

Dramatics Club 3; French (,'lul) 2, 3. 
President 2; Prom (loiumittee 3; Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Acappella Choir 4. 



KENNETH JOHNSON 

To marry into money 

Pli()i()>;rapliy 

192 Hif:h Hock Street 

"Ken" 

"Lilr /,s /(/.s7 one darned ihina alter 
another. " 

Yearbook Staff 4: Dramatics (Mub 2. 3, 
4; Frcncli Club 2. 3: Camera (Jul) 
President 4; Senior Play 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 




RITH JONES 

To be a pianist 

Social Work 

54 Arcadia Road 

"Rath- 

"Literature is the thought <>i 
thinking souls." 

French Club 2. 3; Prom Committee 3; 
GleeClub2, 3, 4; Softball 3. 



DIANA LaROCCA 

To be a female G-Man 

Medical Secretarial 

30 Cobleigh Street 

"Di" 

"A lace that can never smile 
is never good." 

Yearbook Staff 4: Dramatics Club 4: 
Hobby Club 1; Bowlin^i Club 4; Prom 
Committee 3; (ijee Club 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Chorus 2. 3. 4. 



'/ must go down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky. 

And all I ask is a tall .s/i/^> and a star to steer her by 



MARGARET LYDON 

To be a (J-Man with Diana 

Stenographer 

15 Bailey Street 

"Peggy" 

"People who make no noise 
are dangerous." 

Class Vice-President 3; Yearbook Staff 
4; Student Council 3; Swimming Club 
2; Dramatics Club 2. 3, 4; Bowling Club 
4; Nahalan News 4; Senior Play 4; 
Prom (,'ommitlee 3; (JJee (ilub 2, 3, 4; 
Ciiorus 2. 3, 4; Double Quartet 4; Acap- 
pella (Jioir 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Co- 
Captain 4. 



Masefield. 



l/westivood 
S^ckooi 




CLAIRE MacLeod 

To hf a pianij-t 

Nursling 

379 Washington Street 

"Claire" 

"Music is a prophecy, what life is to be.' 

Hobby Club 1; French Clul) 2: Dra- 
matics Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Commit lee 3; 
Glee Club 2, 3. 4; Chorus 2. 3. 4. 



MARY ELLEN McGOLDRICK 

To be a second Mme. Curie 

Medicine 

244 Dover Road 

"Mellon" 

"The busy have no lime for tears.'' 

Sudent Council 3, Secretary 4; French 
(Hub 2. 3. Secretary 2; Dramatics Club 
2, 3. 4: Camera Club 4; Bowling Club 
4; Nahatan News 1. 2, 3. 4: Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 
2. 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 3. 




WILLIAM MITCHELL 

To drive a midget auto at Indiana 

Speedway 

Armed Services 

145 Hartford Street 

"Bill" 

"Let tomorrow take care oi tomorrow, 
leave things oj the juture to fate." 

Dramatics Club 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Glee Club 4. 



ANNE MORROW 

To travel 

Secretarial 

836 Gay Street 

"Anne" 

"Good taste is the flower of good sense." 

Swimming Club 1; French Club 2; 
Prom Conmiittee 3; Glee Club 2. 3, 4; 
Chorus 3. 



GORDON MUNSON 

To be a teacher 

Business Administration 

23 Eastman Avenue 

"Gordon " 

"Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers." 

French Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Dele- 
gate to Boy's State 3; Senior Play 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Baseball 3, 4. 



^"The si'd! the sea! the oppii sea! 



The blue, the jrcsh, the ever free. 



Barry Cornwall. 




SA.NURA HLGHES 


KE>>ETH JOHNSON 


To l)e a comedit'iint' 
Languages 




To marry into money 
I'h<)lo};rapliy 


~'A Bailey Street 

"Sandy" 
"It is to laugh." 


'•Life 


192 High Kock Street 
"Ken" 

is just one darned thinft alter 
another." 



Dramaties C.'lul) 3; French (!liih 2. 3. 
I'resiilent 2; Prom (Committee 3: Glee 
(Mub 2, 3, 4; Acappella (-iioir 4. 



Yearbook Staff 4; Dramatio Clul) 2. 3, 
4; Frcn<ii (liiil) 2. 3: Camera (^luh 
President 4; Senior Play 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 




RITH JONES 




DIANA LaROCCA 










MARGARET LYDON 


To he a piani>I 




To be a female G-Man 










To be a (J-.Man with Diana 


Social W ork 




Medical Secretarial 










Stenographer 


54 Arcadia Road 




30 Cobleigh Street 










15 Bailey Street 


"Ruth" 




■■/;/•' 










"I'eggy" 


"Literature is the thought oi 
thinking souls." 




'A juce that can never smile 
is never good." 










"People who make no noise 
are dangerous." 


French Club 2. 3: Prom Committee 3; 
Glee Club 2. 3. 4; Softball 3. 


Yearbook Staff 4: Dramatics CI 
Hol)i)y Club 1; BowIin<£ Club 4; 
Committee 3; Glee Clui) 1. 2. 
Chorus 2, 3, 4. 


ub 4: 
Prom 
3, 4; 


Class Vice-President 3; Yearbook Staff 
4; Student Council 3; Swimming Club 
2: Dramatics Club 2. 3, 4; Howling Club 
4; Naiialan News 4; Senior Play 4; 
Prom {;ommitlee 3; (Jlee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Chorus 2, 3, 4; l)oui)le Quartet 4; Acap- 
pella Choir 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Co- 
Captain 4. 



"/ must go (Ion 11 to the sen again, to the lonely sett and llw sky. 

And all I ask is a tall shi[> and a star to steer her by . . ." Masefield, 



l/i/ediiuood 
J^ckooi 




CLAIRE MacLeod 



MARY ELLEN McGOLDRICK 



To be a pianist 






To be a second Mnie. Curie 


Nursing 






Medicine 


379 Washington Street 






244 Dover Road 


"Claire" 






"Mellon' 


Music is a /jrophery. what life is 


to 


be." 


"The busy hare no time tor tears.' 



Hobby Club 1; French Club 2; Dra- 
matics Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2. 3. 4. 



S udent Council 3, Secretary 4; French 
(Mub 2. 3. Secretary 2; Dramatics Club 
2. 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Bowling Club 
4: Nahatan News 1. 2. 3. 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 
2. 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 3. 




WILLIAM MITCHELL 

To drive a midget auto at Indiana 

Speedway 

Armed Services 

145 Hartford Street 

"Bill" 

"Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow, 
leave things of the future to fate." 

Dramatics Club 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Glee Club 4. 



ANNE MORROW 

To travel 

Secretarial 

836 Gay Street 

"Anne" 

"Good taste is the flower of good sense.' 

Swimming Club 1; French Club 2; 
Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Chorus 3. 



GORDON MUNSON 

To be a teacher 

Business Administration 

23 Eastman Avenue 

"Gordon' 

"Knowledge conies, but ivisdom lingers.' 

French Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Dele- 
gate to Boy's State 3; Senior Play 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Baseball 3, 4. 



"T/jf sea! the sra! the oprn sen! 



The hliic. the fresh, the ever free." 



Be 



Co I 



ill. 




KATHLEEN I'AKLEE 

To lia\f l\vin> 

Rccfplioiiist 

29 Norfolk Avenue 

"Kay" 

"I laiifih. lor hofye hnth happy pluvc 
with me." 

Class Treasurer 1. 2, 3. 4: Studmi (louii- 
eil 1. 3. 4; Swimming (lluh 1 : liowlin-; 
Clul) 1; Prom (!ofiiinill)-c 3: iSa^kel- 
liall I. I. 



KEITH PARLEE 

To Ileal llie draft 

Ci\il Scrviii- 

29 Norfolk \\(iiii.- 

"Kvith" 

"Actions spent, loinlcr than uords. 

Prom Conuuiltee 3. 





THEODORE POTTER. Jk. 

To [laiiil ino(lel~ 

(iaiiic W ardcn 

.Vl'> Hi;j;li Sin.l 

•■7V,/" 

"Certainly work is nut aluu)s required 
of a man." 

Prom Commiltee 3: Foothail 2. 3. 4. 



FREDERICK PRUYN 

To make a million on tirs^t discovery 

tlliemical Engineering. 

22 I'ark.r Si reel 

"Fred" 

"And u woman is only a woman, but a 
good cigar is a smoke." 

Student Council 4: A. A. Vice-President 
4; French C.]u\> 2. 3: Delegate to Boy's 
Slate 3; Prom ("ommitlee 3: Senior 
Plav 4: Football 2. 3; I'.askelhall 3; 
IJasehall 1, 2, 3. 



MARGARET PUGH 

To work for the F.M.I. 

Secretarial 

33 Dean A\enue 

"I'egge" 

"I'rumplness is the soul uj business.'' 

Class .Secretary 1 : Hobby Club 1 : 
.Swimming Club 1; Prom Committee 3; 
(;iee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4. 



'lliimhlr voyagers ttro ice, O'rr life's dim, unsounded sea.^' Barry Cornwall 



l/Westujood 
S^ckool 




NORMAN REID 

To he a carpcnler 

Builder 

198 Mill Street 

'Worm" 

"Speech is great, but silence is greater." 

Camera Club 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Play 4. 



STEPHEN SAALFELDER 

To own a restaurant 

Armed Services 

100 Boston Providence Pike 

"Danger's a good teacher and 
makes apt scholars." 

Senior Play 4; Football 2. 3, 4. 




JOAN SAVAGE 

To own a pet leopard 

Secretarial 

86 Lakeshore Drive 

"Joan" 

"Work is the meat of life, 
pleasure the dessert." 

Yearbook Editor 4; Student Council 1, 
2, 4; A. A. 2, 3, 4; Bowling Club 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 1, 3; 
Chorus 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN SCHRAMM 

To grow 
Electrical Contractor 
65 Green Hill RoatI 

"John" 

"Men may rise on stepping stones." 

Class Vice-President 1 ; Spanish Club 
2. 3; Camera Club 4; Prom Committee 
3; Senior Play 4; Basketball Manager 4. 



WILLIAM SCHULER 

To he a success 

Mechanical Engineering 

22 Gloucester Road 

"Bill" 
"Science is organized knowledge.' 



^Mystery of ivator, tipvor slunihcring sea!" R. Montgomery 




AIDREY SHEAF 

To lour Scotland 

Secretarial 

77 Burjiej-s \\cnue 

"Audrey" 

"W hatever is worth doing at nil. 
is worth doinp well." 

^ carhook Staff 1: .Nahalan News J. 




WAYNE SMiril 

To tra\(l 

Armed Services 

61 Bailey Street 

"If (lyne 

"Let ei'ery man look heiore he leaps." 

Class President 1. 2; Student Council 1. 

2. 3; Nahatan News 3. PZditor 4; Dra- 
matics Clul) 2; From ('onimittee 3; 
Senior Plav 4: (Mee (^iul) 3. 4; Chorus 

3. 4; Doulile Quartet 3. 




CATHERINE SLTPHIN 

To work for the F.B.I. 

Secretarial 

15 Gay Street 

"Kilty" 

"A blush is beaulitul, but it is 
sometimes inconvenient." 

Swimming Club 1: Bowling Club 
Dramatic^ Club 4: From Committee 
Senior Play 4: (;iee Club 1. 2. 3. 
Choru~ 1. 2. 3. 4: Acappella (llioir 1. 



WILLIAM SWANSBURG 

To provide for a home 

Market ing 

31 Dover Tirracc 

". Sua II II if 

"U ho does not lore iiiiie, women, and 
song 
Remains a tool his whole life long." 

.'student Council 3. President 4: Nahatan 
News 4; Spanish Club 2. 3: Draniatics 
Club 2. 3. 4: Camera Club 4: I'rom 
Committee 3: .'Senior Plav 4: (!horus 2. 
3. 4; (;iee Club 3. 4; Double Ouartet 
2. 3: Football 2. 3. 4: Basketball 2. 3; 
Baseball 2. 3. 



JANET-LEE SWINFORD 

To be a psychoanalyst 

Housewife 

11 Oxfoiil Terrace 

"Jane! 

"Marriage is a thing you're got to give 
your whole mind to." 

Nahatan News 1; Prom Committee 3; 
Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Chorus 1. 2, 3; Ten- 
nis 2. 



"77i<' ninds and tiavcs an- nhiays on the .side of the ablest navigators.'' 



GiUh 



{/[/edtujood 
J^ckooi 




RUTH TOLMAN 

To go to Hawaii 

College 

158 Washington Street 

"'Riiihie" 

"A man is always better than a book." 

Student Council 1, 2; French Club 2; 
Dramatics Club 4; Swimming Club 1; 
Prom Committee 3; Clee Cluli 1, 2. 3, 
4; Chorus 3; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4. 



WALTER WATSON 

To own a Cadillac convertible 

Truck Driving 

73 Nahatan Street 

•'Wally" 

''One should live to eat, not eat to live." 

Senior Play 4; Prom Committee 3; Glee 
Club 2. 3. 4; Chorus 2. 3. 4; Football 
1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 




JOHN WENMARK 

To travel 

College 

401 Sandy Valley Road 

"John 

"To see the world is to judge 
the judges." 

Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4. 



JAMES WHITING 

To retire at 19 

Chemical Engineering 

62 Colburn Street 

"If'hitey" 

"I know a trick worth two of that.' 

Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Play 4; Glee Club 4; Chorus 4. 



BARBRA ZIEGLER 

To be as happy as possible 

Telephone Operator 

55 Pond Street 

"Ziggy" 

"I agree with no mans opinions. 
I have some of my own." 

Yearbook Staff 4: Student Council 4; 
French Club 3. 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Glee Club 1. 2. 



'Roll on, thou deep and dark blue ocean- 



Byron 



^ke ^fupd cJLoa 



The waves splashed against the sluji as we weijihed anchor and were ready 
to start out on our voyafie tlirou-rh our years at W'estwood Hi<rli School. Our 
teachers were the officers: and we. the students, were tlie crew. 

On a lovely autuuin day the class of '51. then innocent, hewildered little 
ehildren. entered the ])ort of W estwood Hi<:h School as seventh graders. To us 
homework, tests, and exams were new and unpleasant, and many of us were a 
little seasick: hut heinji very Itrijiht and anxious to learn, we caujiht on cpiickly. 
The most inifiortant event was having a dance of our own — even though it was in 
the afternoon. Some of our hoys actually got up enough courage to ask the girls 
to dance to the lovely music of the juke hox. The sea was a little rough, hut the 
sailing hecame smoother as we progressed through Junior High. I nder the care- 
ful guidance of our officers, we were given lectures on our future vocations. We 
ended our stay with a Junior High Commencement. 

At last we were off again, although now we were mere and lowlv eahin-hoys. 
or as some might say. "Freshmen." We had a very turhulent and exciting 
voyage. After a few lessons on parliamentary procedure, we had our first hectic 
class meeting in which Wayne Smith, President of the eahin-hoys, tried to keep 
order. Y('e looked up to and admired the seniors who amused and surprised us 
with their yo yo's and squirt guns and their ardent interest in the Freshmen girls. 

Helene and Paul Gihbons were admitted on hoard our ship as we sailed 
anxiously forward. Our very first dance. "The Snowflake Ball," was a tremendous 
success and was enjoyed by all hands aboard. 

This was the year of the "new look." Remember how the girls wore long 
black skirts, and the boys, in return rolled up their pants to show their legs. 

I'm afraid that our crew of Freshmen were a little rough on our advisors, as 
we made Mrs. Bradley walk the plank, succeeded by Mr. Baldassarree and Miss 
Foley. We were a little easier on the rest of our officers, as Mr. Uppvall managed 
to last until the end of the year. 

This year went down in our ship's diary as a memorable one due to our 
excellent girls' basketliall team and our award of the tri-county league cup for 
baseball. The Freshmen made this possible because many of our athletes partici- 
pated. We were also proud of Georgian de I'Etoile who made the cheering squad. 

The course was smoother now as we sailed into the port of our Sophomore 
year, since we had managed to escape being shipwrecked so many times as cabin- 
boys. We had graduated from cabin boys to first-mates, and found our course a 
little easier. 

We picked up Bill Swansburg, Barbara Hardigan, Peggy Lydon, Joan 
Fletcher, and Steve Saalfelder as we cruised onward. To join our crew of 
officers were Mr. Markarian, Miss Knight. Mr. Pierce, Mr. Kocina, Miss Burns, 
and Mr. Rinaldi. Captain of our ship against this year was Wayne Smith who 
did an excellent job of steering its course. Our big event of the year was our 
April Fool's Dance. This name was quite appropriate, not only because of who 
put it on, but also because of all the money we lost on it. Following the course of 
last year's Sophomores, we ordered our class rings this year. As we look back, we 
cannot help but think how happy and prosperous this part of the journey was. 

After hoisting sail and weighing anchor, the Class of '51 left port again, now 
as ensigns or Juniors. The class cooperated this year as never before to make this 
one of tlie best years of our high school life. We chose Barbara Hardigan to lead 
our class this year and her leadership brought together the whole crew. 



Miss Burns stepped aboard our ship as advisor and was accepted by crew 
members immediately. She was joined by Mr. Kocina in our senior year, and 
they both deserve medals for their fine work in sailing this ship to success. 

Besides scrubbing decks and cabins, we had many activities this year. Our 
minstrel show assembly will be remembered by the crew at Westwood High. 
The entire class took part in it, and everyone had lots of fun making it a success. 
Our first dance of the year was a Hallowe'en Dance. Our oceanliner was decked 
in autumn colors and looked very appropriate, especially with Mr. Sarris's 
skeleton hanging from the ceiling. Another achievement to which our class con- 
tributed was the winning of the tri-county league cup for baseball. We are also 
proud of Georgian de I'Etoile, Peggy Lydon, and Joan Fletcher who were made 
cheerleaders, and Barbara Hardigan who was chosen head Drum Majorette. 

Our ship was nearly thrown off course when Jimmy Whiting and Nat Bill, 
two outlawed pirates, found their way upon our ship on the very same day. 

On May 19, 1950, the class of '51 put on one of the loveliest proms ever seen 
in Westwood. The whole crew got together to make the "Cinderella" prom the 
best ever. The gym was transformed from a basketball court to a beautiful fairy- 
land. The decorations and the birdbath in the middle of the floor created a 
beautiful picture. Ken Reeves supplied the mellow music. Dot McMunn, as queen, 
and her attendants were presented with glass slippers. 

To bring to an end an immensely successful Junior year, we docked on the 
shores of Green Harbor for a day of relaxation, of baking in the sun, and swim- 
ming in the surf. After a pleasant day we started home again tired and sun- 
burned, but we stopped off at Nantasket to see some of our old crew members. 

As we reached the shores of knowledge and our goal as seniors or captains, 
we were the ones who were giving the orders. We did the best we could to make 
our ship the best on the sea. 

New officers to join our staff were Mr. Claffey, Miss Ball, Miss Chapman, 
and Mrs. Healy. Our two new crew members were Daphne Hodges and William 
Schuler. Since Barbara Hardigan had done such a wonderful job of leading our 
crew, she was put in charge of the ship again for the last voyage on the deep blue. 

Our first dance of the year, "The Candy Capers," was quite enjoyable and 
helped to build up our treasury. 

Lacking funds to supply fuel to run the boat, we held a "sponsor night" and 
procured many contributions. Everyone jumped on the bandwagon and the 
response was wonderful. We went back to Betsy Fisher's stateroom where we 
celebrated our success. 

Among the many parties we officers had, one that the girls will not forget 
was Nat and Betsy's "slumber party." We won't forget the time some of the 
senior girls got the idea of bleaching a piece of their hair. This became quite a 
fad but soon wore off. 

For our Senior Play we chose "Junior Miss," the story of a typical teen-age 
girl and her problems. The cast slaved away with the directors for many hours, 
but on the nights of April 6 and 7, the cast will never forget the feeling of joy 
and exultation as they stepped before the spotlight. 

But all these social events are over, and we seniors are now looking forward 
to our most important event — graduation. As we recall our four past voyages, we 
can truthfully say that we were very happy and proud to be a part of the Class 
of '51. Now everyone of us is going to start on our own voyage, meeting new 
people, going new places, and doing new things. We are sure as we leave West- 
wood High School that our horizons will be brighter and happier than ever 
before. 



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Briglitly shines the iiiorninf!; sun 

On this warm June Aws in "61 

Ten years luive j»a^>e(l since <:ra(luation 

And here we've gathered in <elehration 

On the S. S. Burns-koeina oceanliuer 

Sailing smoothly ofl tlie coast of CaroUna. 

Janet and Brad tliree days after graduation 

Said "I do" with joy and exuUation. 

Norman Reid is tlie owner of this hoat you know 

In our senior phiy, renieniher, he was "Joe." 

He <rave to his friend the ship to steer 

jNone other tluin John Wenniark, tlie engineer. 

If everything's wrong and in a panic. 

Keep eahn . . . just call Bol) Hayes, the ship's mechanic. 

Not all have entered the professional life. 
Some have acquired a hushand or wife. 
Mary Ellen was voted "Most Likely to Succeed" 
And with twelve kids she's still far in the lead. 
It seems Jane Carriere keeps the tradition 
Of making it twins with each new addition. 
Wally Watson is a driver for the Greyhound Line 
For his little wife, Joan, he does nothing hut pine. 
Bill Swansburg is a salesman of well renown 
Raising his hrood of ten with the help of Joan. 
Joan Savage had trouhle with our senior edition 
But now it's with Wally, her junior addition. 

If the kids have a cold or even worse; 

Just call Georgian, she's an excellent nurse. 

Claire McLeod is another all clad in white 

Making her patients feel yoiuig and sprite. 

Joan Fletcher with her himior has her patients aroaring. 

When she took the men's pulses their temperatures went soaring. 

There's no business like show business I'm sure you'll agree, 

Since some classmates have made their debut on TV. 

Jerry, Arthur, and Milton are now only a bore 

Since Bill Mitchell has them rolling on the floor. 

Diana LaRocca's the "Tease of the Town" 

The jioor boys don't know whether they're up or they're down. 

Daphne Hodges on TV can also be seen 

Singing her songs right into your screen. 

To be a teacher was Gail George's desire 
But after ten years she's ready to retire. 
Betsy Fisher, a teacher of Physical Ed 
Her pupils are sorry she's about to be wed. 
Connie Girling also has taken uj) teaching 
And to get A's her pupils need no preaching. 

Barbara Hardigan, famous designer of clothes. 
Is followed by admirers wherever she goes. 
Audrey Beaudoin, a model, as happy as can be 
Vacationing with Jimmy and their family. 



Nat Bill is the author of a new hest seller 

It's all about Phil, her ever-loving fella. 

Cute Ruthie Tolman has finally given her consent 

And Norman is dashing for a diamond to present. 

Kenny Johnson, photographer, darting here, there, and around 

Snapping the pictures of those on the town. 

Peggy Lydon fills the office with her sparkling personality 

And all the men admire her wide versatility. 

At singing and playing Bev Draper's a sensation 

From New York to Hollywood she gets thundering ovation. 

Kitty Sutphin, head housekeeper of the big hotel. 

The food she serves is only "too" swell. 

The head of a secretarial school is Anne Morrow 

Just call for a typist or stenog to borrow. 

Without a gossip column no paper is complete 

So Pegge Pugh has taken over the scandal sheet. 

Keith Parlee is a G-Man quiet and obscure 

He catches every criminal he sets out to lure. 

Those who are in a social whirl 

Never seem to settle for one boy or girl. 

Ted Potter, a playboy, has the habit of escorting 

New socialites so the papers are reporting. 

Wayne Smith is a prominent paper distributor 

And to his happiness all the girls want to be a contributor. 

Floor plans and house plans often confuse and bewilder 

Just contact Bill Schuler, famous arcliitect and builder. 

A famous illustrator of books is Audrey Sheaf 

Her talent and ability is beyond belief. 

Steve Saalfelder is the champ of the stock car races 

His courage brings fear to the spectators' faces. 

Don't jump if you think you see Clark Gable 
It's only Walter Harrington sitting at that table. 

Kay Parlee, first woman treasurer of the U. S. A. 

Has more fun spending billions each day. 

Gordon Munson is a senator of the highest degree 

He will soon be the President in Washington, D. C. 

Ruth Jones is a social worker you can see 

Making her rounds, she's as busy as a bee. 

Pat Coyne was always so shy and quiet 

But to our surprise, she's really a riot. 

John Schramm has always had the desire to invent 

Little contraptions for disasters to prevent. 

Sandra Hughes has always been a scholar, that's true 

But being an author is something quite new. 

Donny Brown is president of "Learn How to Dance" 
And tlie twinkle in his eye keeps the girl in a trance. 
Jim Whiting and Fred Pruyn to be partners have agreed 
And as co-engineers I'm sure they'll succeed. 
The Celtics have acquired our star Jim Blizzard 
And at swishing baskets he sure is a wizard. 

Barbra Ziegler, a Senator, does nothing Imt rave 
About her new home and her husl>and, Dave. 

Fate has been kind to the Class of '51 

Our teachers will be proud of the success we've won. 



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\^ c. tli«' <lass of one thousand, nine liiindreH and fiflv-one. admitted as 
l)einj; nientalN unstable and pliysically disabled, do lierehy ordain this, our last 
will and testament. proelaimin<! all doeuments previously drawn null and void. 
Therefore, we bequeath our following worldly possessions to our Itenefaetors. 

Jimmy \\ liitin^ leaves his way with the women to Neal Harrin<>;tun. 

Daphne ll(>dj;es leaves happy memories of music to Mr. Mitrkariun. 

Mary Ellen ^Ie(i«)ldriek leave.- a pas> <;oo<l for admission into any elass anv 

time to Joe !Me(iilly. 

Bev Drapj'r l»'a\es her lo^e for sports to Patty Lee. 

Billy Mitehell feels he's lueky to leave! I 

Boh Hayes leaves to go ftshing. With his line he should caleb lots of little 

mermaids. 

Betsy Fisher leaves in her <rreen Plymouth for Florida. Tliink of us next winter. 

Bet. \viien \ oure out sunbathing. 

Donny BroMn leaves his popularity and good disposition to Paul Carriere. 

Pejigy Ly<lon ]ea^es her ability to do most any type of dancing to Lorraine 

.^lafialelta. 

W ayne Smith leaves for Brewster's Store — eome doMn and see bim sometime. 

Gail George leaves her height to Joanne Aaron. Even it \\\> kids, and you'll 

both be about right. 

Audrey Sheaf leaves her artistic ability to Zoe Tunmiillo. 

Keith Parlee leaves his many inches to George Mandoni. 

Claire McLeod leaves her piano [)laying ability at the senior girls' slumber 

parties to Beverly Bain. 

Barhra Ziegler leaves her ability to take either side of a debate to anyone who 

can keep P. O. D. riled up. 

Pat Coyne leaves a sled to Belva Sheaf so she can come down her bill on 

slippery mornings. 

Norman Reid leaves bis hours in shop and his ability to build things to Jim 

Met'ann. 

Barbara Hardigan leaves her wiggle and her strut to Joan Moulton. 

Georgian dePEtoile leaves her good-naturedness to her sister, Yvonne. 

Kay Parlee leaves her ability to keep the Senior Class Treasury balanced to 

Thelma Dixon. 

John Schramm leaves a coke bottle to Billy Thurston. 

Sandra Hughes leaves to buy the school a new set of hooks. She wore out her 

others studying. 

Ruth Jones leaves her ability with a softball bat to Carii French. 

John Wenmark leaves his book reports to all those who never find time to read 

the books. 

Kenny Johnson leaves the ability to bit the only car parked in the lot to 

Fred Holland. 

Bill Swan8l)urg leaves his wolf whistle to Jimmy Post. 

Wally Watson leaves bis ability to get along with Mrs. Smith to Donald 

Aubrey. 

Weaker Harrington leaves his masculine voice to Douglas Wood. 

Connie Girling leaves her writing ability to Sally Ann Morris. 

Ted Potter leaves his bright yellow sbirt to Sonny Lamhiase to match his 

neon socks. 



Pegge Pugh leaves her enthusiasm for driving to the next Driver Education 

Class. 

Joan Fletcher leaves her heautiful hlonde hair to Diane DeVitt. 

Steve Saalfelder leaves his Lincoln — it just won't go any farther. 

Janet-Lee Swinford leaves her sophistication to Barl)ara LeBIanc. 

Ruthie Tolman leaves her hahy face to Nancy Diman. 

Jimmy Blizzard leaves his seat with the cheerleaders in the back of the bus to 

Norman DeFanti. 

Audrey Beaudoin leaves her wardrobe to Carol Sandberg. 

Gordon Munson leaves for Dartmouth — his studying never did get done. 

Joan Savage leaves her ability to water ski to anyone who can keep his balance 

long enough to get on them. 

Bill Schuler leaves his grant to stay out late to all those who have an early 

curfew. 

Diana LaRocca leaves a pair of boxing gloves to Mary Hanlon. These are to 

ward off your many admirers. 

Catherine Sutphin leaves her bored look in Spanish to Donna McMahon — who 

still has another year to go. 

Fred Pruyn leaves the keys to the supply room to Richard Buck. He found it a 

good j)lace to spend classes. 

Nat Bill leaves her diet to Pal Nelson. Look what it did for Nat, Pat. 

Jane Carriere leaves her noisemaker to Eleanor Haley. Yours must be pretty 

nearly worn out, Eleanor. 

Anne Morrow leaves her dimples to Helene Gibbons. 

To Mr. Kocina we leave a coniplpte cheerleader uniform. 

To Miss Burns we leave a baby Austin. Think you'll fit? 

To Mr. Chase we leave a copy of "Thanks for the Memories." 

To Mr. Thurston we leave a l)ottle of aspirin for the many headaches we've 

given him. 

To Mr. Sarris we leave a bottle of perfume to remind him of all the odors we 

created in Chemistry. 

To Miss Knight we leave a pair of elevated shoes. 

To Miss Fay we leave a silent tyjiewriter guaranteed not to go out of order. 

To Miss Chapman we leave a basketball to remind you of the teachers' game. 

To Mr. Pierce we leave an A. A. Association that pays off. 

To Mrs. Healy we leave a class of efficient typists. 

To Coach Bader we leave a basketball team that's as terrific as it has been in 

previous years. 

To Miss Ball we leave a basketball rule book. Defined in full is every type of foul. 

To Mr. Chicetti we leave a permit to patent those dreams. 

To Mrs. Smith we leave a ticket to next year's senior play. We're sure vou'll 

enjoy seeing the play from the other side of the curtain. 

To Mr. Wellsman we leave a key to the Art Room. This is the only key that fits 

so guard it with your life. 

To Mr. Markarian we leave a copy of the "Charles Atlas" course . . . You said 

you wanted one. 

To Mrs. McLaren we leave an invitation to visit the classes more often. We'd 

like to see more of you. 

To Miss Keenan we leave a compass to guide next year's Guidance Class. 

Upon receipt of our diplomas, we, the party of the first part, in consideration 
of the rash promises made this eleventh day of June, one thousand nine hundred 
and fifty-one, do declare that the said parties have set their hands and seals. 

Signed, Sealed, and Delivered in the Presence of: 

Peggy Lydon 
Ruth Tolman 



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Al'DREY BEAl'DOIN An ice «rratn lono with "jiininies."' 
JIM BUZZARD All alarm <lo(k. compliiiirnt^ of Mis^ Burns. 
NAT BILL A leash to keep her "Close." 
I)O^^Y BR(»W A A (loll he ran keep traek of. 
JA^E CARRIERE— A eopy of ^'Cheaper hy the Dozen." 
P\TR1(".L\ (!()YNE — A niierophone so we ean hear what you're saving. 
(iE(>R(iL\N DEL'ETOILE A new pair of <iara<ie doors — unhreakalile. 
BE\ ERLY DRAPER— A Jiattery eiiar<ie — surely someday you'll run «l«»w n. 
BETSY FISHER -Ticket to New York -one w ay. 

JOAIN FLETC^HER Henna rinse — nia\ vou never forget vour senior vear. 
GAIL GEORGE A -dickie.' 

(:O^ME GIRLING A ruhher hall for an all-round girl. 

^' ALTER HARRINGTON— A ticket to France now you <an see if all Mr. 
Kinaldi told us was true! 

BOB HAYES — A twin so we can guess which has the Toni. 
DAPHNE HODGES — The leading part in a new musical comedy. 
SANDRA HUGHES — A joke hook to fulfill your secret amhition. 
KENNY JOHNSON — A toy car — this one runs on sitlewalks too. 
RUTH JONES — A typewriter — from the faculty. 

DIANA LaROCCA — A lie detector — to detect those "little white lies." 
PEGGY LYDON — A telephone so you can keep in touch w^ith Joan. 
GLAIRE MacLeod — A piano — to amuse vour patients. 

MARY ELLEN McGOLDRICK— An official hostess hadge— for the many won- 
derful parties you have given. 

BILL MITCHELL — Some face cream to hi«le your maidenly hlushes. 
BILL SCHl LER — A hox of kleenex to remove the lipstick at parties. 
ANNE MORROW — Pepsodent tooth paste — to preserve your sparkling smile. 
GORDON MUNSON — A nomination for election to the Senate. 
KATHLEEN PARLEE— A Cashhook— ah, sweet memories. 

KEITH PARLEE — A little Austin so vou can run hack an«l forth to the Post 
Office. 

TED POTTER — A pair of skiis and wishes for plenty of snow. 
FRED PRUYN — A thirty-four hour day so you'll have time for rest. 
PEGGE PUGH — Another closet for your wardrohe. 
STEPHEN SAALFELDER— A jet plane— no comment ! 

BARBARA HARDIGAN — A date hook, so you can keep your many heaus in 
order. 

JIMMY WHITING— A contract for the Hollvwood production of "The Best 
Looking Men In The l^ S. A." 

BARBRA ZIEGLER — A memory hook signed hy "your" Latin I class. 
JANET-LEE SWINFORD — Something old, something new, something hor- 
rowed. something hlue. 

BILL SW ANSBURG— A copv of "The Roving Kind." 
JOHN SCHRAMM— A pair of stilts. 

JOAN SAVAGE — A contract to show your skill at water skiing in the 1952 aqua 
hallet. 

WALLY WATSON — A petition for a 5-hour work week. 
\^ AYNE SMITH -A convertihle with a tank full of gas. 
KITTY SUTPHIN — A saucer of sugar and cream. 

AUDREY SHEAF — A hlue rihhon for the outstanding art work you did on the 
yearhook. 

iVORMAN REID — A deed to a private lake — now you can sail the hoat you 
made ! 

RUTHIE TOLMAN— A grass skirt to wear on her trip to Hawaii. 
JOHN WENMARK — A new hook of presidents so he can leave his to Mr. 
Kocina. 



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\ . Fres. N. Harrinf^loii 

Sec. E. Smith 

Trcas. T. Dixon 



SOPHOMORES 

Fres. I). Holmes 

V. Pres. K. F3url 

Sec. M. Hughes 

Treas. S. (iunniniiliarii 



FRESHMEN 

Pres. P. Carriere 

V. Pres. H. Aaron 

.Sec. .Sally Ann Morris 

Trcas. L. Macaletla 




THE ACTIVITIES 




YEARBOOK STAFF 

1>I row K. Jolni>()ii. Photographer; N. 
Hill, Assl. Kdiior; J. Sava;;.'. Editor; 1). 
l.aRocca, Typist; J. Wliitinn. Sports. 
2ii(l row M. l.ydoii. Typist; B. Zit'{;lfr. 
HiisiiM'ss Manager; Miss Fay, Advisor; 
H. Draper, Sports; A. Slieaf, Art. 



SENIOR PLAY 

Isl row K. Sutphin, .1. Fletclicr, (i. 
(icorge. (;. Miinson. (i. del'Ktoile. 1'. 
I.)(lon, K. Johnson. Miss Burns. 
2nd row— N. Reid, W. Smith. W. Swans- 
hurg, B. Hardigan. W. Watson. W. Har- 
rington. S. .Saalfehler, Mrs. Smitli, J. 
Whiting. 

.Srd row — F. I'ruyn. D. Brown, K. Hayes, 
.1. \\ cninai k. 



CAMERA CLUB 

1st row — D. Hodges, .Sec., K. Johnson, 
Pres.. n. Hammond. V. Pres., M. Mc- 
(ioldrick. Treas. 

2nd row — J. .Schramm. K. McNIahon. A. 
Hollman. N. Reid. .S. Cunningham, C. 
Ely, Mr. Chicctti, Advisor. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

Pres. William Swansburg 

V. Pres. Donald Brown 

Sec. Mary Ellen McGoldrick 

Treas. Diane DeVitt 

Miss Keenan, Advisor 




DRAMATICS CLUB 

Pres. Georgian del'Eloile 

V. Pres. Neal Harrington 
Sec. Donna MacMalion 

Treas. Beverly Bain 
Advisors: Mrs. Smith, Miss Burns 




BAND 

1st ro« M. Hunt, D. Ellis. 
2n(l row — J. McDonald, A. Mace. N. 
Lawson, A. Lambaise, P. Nelson, L. 
Chamberlin, W. Davis, N. Bartholomew, 
C. Marshall, Mr. Markarian, Director. 
.Srd row R. Ellis, L. Kelsey, R. Benson, 
1). Thurston, R. Garner, R. Hastings. 





GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 



Mr. Maikariati, Dirt-clor 




UOYS' GLEE CLUB 

Ml. Markariaii, Dirt'clor 



ACAPPELLA CHOIR 

Is-I row -1). Hodges. J. ('arricrc. S. 

Reed, N. Barlliolonicw. ^. dcrEloilc, 

F. Lydon. I). l)c\ in. G. ClianilKTlin. M. 

Huglies. 

2n(l row — Mr. Markarian. C. Ahhaiie. B. 

K<dly. P. Laul)le. F. Nelson. S. Elli.s A. 

ISraudoin. ('.. .'^iilpliin. A. Clorc, H. 

(;irliii}:. II. K.-afian, .*<. Hii}:1ips, J. 

Flclclicr. 

3r<l row — B. Hanlifian, B. Thurston, N. 

Bill, C. (iirlin}:, C. George. P. Dresser, 

M. McGol.lriik. 



DOUBLE QUARTET 

1st row — B. Hardigan, G. George, B. 
Draper, P. Lydon. 

2nd row — Mr. Markarian, C. MacWha. 
R. Buck, A. Lambiase, M. Hunt. 



DRIVER EDUCATION 

1st row — N. Diman. G. del'Etoile, J. 
Carriere, Mr. Kocina, Director. C. Mac- 
Leod, J. Fletcher, A. Morrow, R. Tol- 
man, D. Hodges, C. Sutphin, R. Jones, 
P. Coyne, J. -Savage. 

2nd row — S. Hughes, A. Beaudoin, P. 
Pugh, N. Bill, C. Girling. 

3rd row — J. Schramm, K. Parlee, W. 
Schuler, L. Cicolani, R. Coombs. 



NAHATAN NEWS 

1st row — P. Coyne, A. .Sheaf, L. Cico- 
lani, W. Smith, Editor; M. McGoldrick. 
P. Brown, N. Bill. 

2nd row— Mr. Claffey, E. Jevely, J. 
Peterson. P. Lydon, D. DeVitt, C. Girl- 
ing, N. Harrington, W. Swansburg. B. 
Hardigan, J. Fletcher, A. Clore, B. 
Fisher. 








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BOYS' BASKETBALL 

l>l row \X'. Watson, N. Harrington, D. 
Vul.r.y. J. Hluzanl. N. DeFanli. J. Gar- 
land. K. Hurl. 

2n(l row — Mr. Clias*-. I). Dixon, I). 

Holmes. J. Wallace. A. l.ambiase, D. 

Silvia. 1'. Milchell. A. Louvaris, J. 
.Seliraiuni, (^oach Bader. 

3rd row--E. Crawford. V. (larriere, W. 
Perkins. R. Hales, I). Lowry, J. Post, R. 
Hastings, 1). Carlson. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

Isl row N. Dinian, (',. del'Etoile, C 
Post. J. .Savage, B. Fisher, K. Parlee, R 
Tolnian. B. Kelsey. H. Gibbons. M. Mc 
(ioldriek. N. Bill, B. Draper, B. Bain, A 
Hodge. B. Thurston. C. French, L. Mag 
alctla. M. Hughes. J. WiUard, P. Lee, J 
Moulton, .1. Peterson, P. Coyne, B 
Sloan, v.. Di.Sano. 

2n(l row — J. Lewis, Miss Ball. Coach, P. 
Nelson. 



ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

1st row — B. LeBlanc, Treas. ; F. Pruyn, 
V. Pres. ; D. Brown, Pres.; B. Draper, 
Sec; Mr. Pierce, Advisor. 

2nd row — S. Cunningham. D. Dixon, J. 
Post, A. Lambiase, D. Lowry, J. Savage, 
L. Magalelta, J. Carriere. 



BOYS' CHEERLEADERS 

Isl row — P. Lee. P. Lydon, J. Fletcher, 
B. Kelsey. 

2n(l row — C. Ahbatle. A. Ijcrnsen. I). 
DeVilt, G. tlel'Etoile. 



DRUM MAJORETTES 

Isi row~N. Diman. J. Moullon, M. 
Childs. D. Mclnnis. 

2nd row — L. Magalella. P. P)rown. 1>. 
LeBIane. R. Hardigan. J. Mclnnis, A. 
C ore. H. Reaijan. 



CHEERLEADERS 

L. to R.: P. Lee. .M. Howe. A. Bernsen, 
Y. dePEtoile. G. derEtoile, B. Hardi- 
gan. P. Lydon. J. Fletcher. ^L Hanlon, 
D. DeVitt. E. Haley. C. Ahbatte, L. 
Kelsey. B. Kelsey. 




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Mrs. Abel 

Mr. and Mrs. George F. Abel 

Mr. and Mr>. Vi'illiarn Altorn 

Alice H«"auty Shop 

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Mr. (ieor«re Anderson 

Mrs. Marian C. Anderson 

Miss Vivien Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. \\ illiam Arpe 

Mr. Donald A. Aubrey 

Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barnes 

Mr. Bruee Barnum 

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Barllioloniew 
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Bill 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Bill, Jr. 
iMr. Edward H Bill, III, and 

Zipper 
Black's Auto Service — Dedham 
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Bud's Restaurant 
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Miss Frances Burns 
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Center Grille Caterers 
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(Conway Pontiac Co., Inc. 

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Danny 

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Mr. H. Durant 

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Mr. and Mrs. John Egan 

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Theodore 

Ellis 
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Mr. Warren H. Ellis 
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Miss Louise A. Fay 
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Fisher 
Mr. and Mrs. Flodin 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Frailich 
Mr. Manuel F. Freitas 
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Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gardner 
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Mr. and Mrs. Gemelli 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. George 
Mr. Paul E. Gibbons 
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Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Girling 
Miss Vera D. Girling 
Mrs. D. F. Gleason 
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Miss Mary Lou Glennon 
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Goddard 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. 

Gower, Jr. 
Mrs. Bertram Grade 
Mrs. H.J. Griffin 
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hammond 
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hardigan 
Mrs. F. D. Harrington 
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Mr. William C. Haskins 
Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Hedgren 
Mrs. W. C. Hodgdon 
Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman 
Mr. John F. Holden 
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Mr. and Mrs. Austin W. Holmes 
Howard Brothers 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Howard 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Johnson 
Mr. Norman Johnson, Esq. 
Mr. and Mrs. Olsen Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kearney 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Keimig 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Keimig 
Mr. and Mrs. John V. Kelleher 
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Kenny 
Mr. Robert Kinraide 
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Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Kline 
Mrs. Herbert Knitter 
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Miss Margaret M. Lacey 
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. LaRocca 
Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Lea 
Mr. and Mrs. George Lee, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee 



Mr. Theodore Lenz 

Mr. Herbert S. Leonard 

Mr. Henry W. Levasseur, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson A. Lewis 

Gail and Robert Lextb 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Lillie 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Little 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Lothrop 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lovegren 

Rev. John D. Lyons 

Mr. and Mrs. Carroll MacKenney 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Page 
MacLeod 

Mr. Clifford MacWha 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Magaletta 

Mr. and Mrs. Magee 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Magee 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Manly 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mark 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. 

Markarian, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William R. 
Martineau 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Matthei 

Mr. Maxfield 

Mr. and Mrs. George Mayberry 

Mrs. John McAllister 

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McGoldrick 

Mrs. John A. Mclnnis 

Mr. Henry McLaren 

Mr. Charles McLaughlin 

Mr. and Mrs. E. McLeod 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward McMahon 

Mr. and Mrs. William Meisenzal 

Mr. Arthur Meyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Michaud 

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Mills 

Mrs. William Mills 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mitchell 

Mr. and Mrs. Thornton L. Moore 

Mr. Roderick C. Morrison 

Mr. and Mrs. James Morrow 

Miss Barbara Munroe 

Mrs. Marie Murray 

National Jewelers 

Mr. and Mrs. Mihon Nelson 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Niaura 

Nikki's Beauty Salon 

Mrs. Lena Noon 



Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Norwood 
Norwood Pet and Aquarium 

Shop 
Miss Kathryn O'Brien 
Mr. O. David Oksanen 
Mrs. C. L. O'Neill 
Oshie 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. 
Palmhorg 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Parlee 

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Patterson 

Mr. Walter E. Penrose 

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Poker Palladium 

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Mr. Theodore A. Potter 

Mr. F. J. Pruyn 

Mrs. F. J. Pruyn 

Miss Teresa Pruyn 

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Raider's Village, Inc. — Sharon 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Recks 

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Reilly 

Mrs. Elford H. Richardson 

Mr. Richard Rolierts 

Mr. W. L. Root 

Mrs. Frederick P. Reps 

Mr. Roland Rosa 

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Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roth 

Mr. F. Rother 

Mr. and Mrs. B. P. L. Royal 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Rudolph 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Rutledge 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. 

Saalfelder 
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Mr. and Mrs. Guy Savage, Jr. 
Mrs. Fred H. Sawyer 
Bud Schiano 

Mr. and Mrs. John Schramm 
Mr. Joseph Schreiber 
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Schuler 
Mr. and Mrs. Everett W. Seavey 
Mrs. Charles Sewall 



Mr. and Mrs. Francis Shea 

Mr. Harold Sheaf 

Mrs, Harold Sheaf 

Mr. and Mrs. Earnest A. Smith 

Mrs. Elwood Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Smith 

Mr. John L. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clifford Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Neils Sorensen 

Mrs. Minerva Spencer 

Mr. Richard Spencer 

Mrs. W. H. Spokesfield 

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Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sutphin 

Mr. and Mrs. Del Swett 

Mr. and Mrs. Finis E. Swinford 

Eleanor G. Sylvester 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard O. Tanner 

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. David Tenney 

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thurston 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Tilton, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Tolman 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Tripp 

Mrs. James H. Turnbull 

United Co-operative Society 

D. F. Upham 

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Vanderwal 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard VanDusen 

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Walker 

Mr. William Wallace 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walsh 

Mrs. Ruth W. Wane 

Mrs. R. D. Watson 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Watson 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Watson 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Webster 

Mr. Sylvester Wells 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Wenmark 

Mr. John Wenmark 

Mr. and Mrs. Parker Wheeler 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert White 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Whiting 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Withrow 

Mr. and Mrs. Woodward 

Mr. John L. Wyman 



Compliments of 

NORWOOD RETAIL TRADE BOARD 

A. & P. MARKET 

ALICE SHOP— GIFTS 

BAKER'S DRESS GOODS SHOP 

BERT'S MEN'S STORE 

BRENNER'S CHILDREN SHOPS 

CARROLL'S CUT-RATE 

CLEARWEAVE 

CUMMINGS 

DREYFUS & WHITE 

GOVE ELECTRIC CO. 

W. T. GRANT CO. 

HALON JEWELRY 

KORDETTE SHOPS 

MARTIN FABRICS 

MODERN MEAT MARKET 

NESSON'S DEPT. STORE 

NORFOLK COUNTY TRUST CO. 

NORWOOD FURNITURE CO. 

NORWOOD MESSENGER 

NORWOOD TRIBUNE 

NORWOOD WOMEN'S SHOP 

ORENT BROS. 

PARKER'S CLOTHING 

REGAN'S SHOE CORNER 

SAM'S AUTO SUPPLY CO. 

SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 

SHERWOOD'S SPECIALTY SHOP 

TOWN SQUARE HARDWARE 





Compliments of 


Compliments of . . , 


The Five Foolish 




Fidgits 




DIANA 


EDWARD O'TOOLE 


PEGGY 




FLETCH 




NAT 




BET 


GARNER'S PHARMACY 


DE VOE MOTORS, INC. 

17 EASTERN AVENUE 


Prescription Specialists 


Dedham 3-0480; 3-3088 


639 WASHINGTON STREET 


Chrysler— Plymouth— GMC Trucks 


NORWOOD, MASS. 


We have what it takes — 


Tel. NO. 7-0038 


To service all makes. 


MAL'S 


Congratulations Class of 1951 


The Bargain Center 
of 


MILL No. 2 


Norfolk County 


Remnants — Wool — Cotton — Rayon 


Tel. NO. 7-2557 


BUSSEY STREET, EAST DEDHAM 


COR. OF DEAN STREET 
SOUTH NORWOOD 


Tel. DE. 3-0550 
Open Daily 9-5; Saturday 9-12 



Compliments of 



THE BUBBLING BROOK 



Real Estate 



Developers 



Mortgages 



HAUGHN 6c GOODE 

CUSTOM BUILT HOMES 

EQUIPMENT FOR HIRE 

ASPHALT PAVING 



699 HIGH STREET 

WESTWOOD, MASS. 

De 3-1087 



MARIE HODGES 


ROOFERS 


Piano and Voice Teacher 


GEORGE C. WILLARD 


Instruction in Classical and Popular Music 


1185-1191 EAST STREET 


Special Attention Given to Children 


Tel. DEdham 3-2807 


82 LAKE SHORE DRIVE, WESTWOOD 


Slate— Asphalt 


Tel. DE. 3-0527-W 


Gutters — Valleys — Leaders 
General Building Maintenance 


Compliments of 


Compliments of 


Beaver Coal & Oil Co. 

24 BROADWAY 
NORWOOD, MASS. 


Myopia Club Beverage Co. 

60 GRAFTON AVENUE 
ISLINGTON, MASS. 


NO. 7-0137 


DE. 3-1304-W 



DEDHAM HOSPITAL 
FOR ANIMALS 


GUY W. COLE 

PHARMACISTS 


201 BRIDGE STREET DEDHAM, MASS. 




Dr. Harrison B. Siegle 
VETERINARIAN 

DEdham 3-3355 


Tel. DE. 3-0674 
591 HIGH STREET DEDHAM, MASS. 


GEISHECKER'S 

SMART ACCESSORIES 


Compliments of 


579 HIGH STREET 


STOP & SHOP 


DEDHAM 




EDWARD H. BARRY 


Compliments of 


A.B.. D.M.D. 


A FRIEND 


Compliments of 


STOWELL BROS. 




5 CHURCH STREET 


BREWSTER'S NEWS 


Quality Meats, Fruits, and Vegetables 


92 POND STREET 


Free Delivery 


WESTWOOD, MASS. DE. 3-0404 


DE. 3-3230 



^ oseph W. Foley, D.M.D. 


Compliments of 

Gertrude's Pastry Shop 

641 WASHINGTON STREET 
NORWOOD 

Telephone NOrwood 7-2560 


Compliments 
of 

THE WINDMILL 


C. & W. FOOD MARKET 

Quality Meats, Groceries. Vegetables, Fish 
Frozen Foods — Ice Cream 

FREE DELIVERY 

301 NAHATAN STREET 
Tel. Norwood 7-1620 


MARK BROWN 

Contractor — Builder 

9 GLOUCESTER ROAD 
WESTWOOD 

Tel. DEdham 3-3525-R 


BROWN'S TAXI 

22 CHURCH STREET 
WESTWOOD, MASS. 

DEdham 3-3190 


Compliments of 

FURLONG'S 

Candies and Ice Cream 

NORWOOD THEATRE BUILDING 
NORWOOD, MASS. 

"Watch us make it" 


Pick Up and Deliver 

ARROW CLEANERS, Inc. 

1203 WASHINGTON STREET 
NORWOOD, MASS. 

Norwood 7-1 130 



Compliments of 


Jack's Taxi 


ROBERT E. SMITH 


TRAVEL BUREAU 




Robert Brown, Proprietor 


Landscape Gardening — Trucking 




Rototiller Work 


635 WASHINGTON STREET 


WESTWOOD, MASS. 


NORWOOD, MASS. 


Tel. DE. 3-1390-W 


NO. 7-0022 



Compliments of 



BROOKS NURSING HOME 

963 WASHINGTON STREET 
DEDHAM, MASS. 

M. E. Johnson, R.N., Director 



SHERMAN GLEASON & CO.. Inc. 

Established 1926 
Investment Securities 



31 MILK STREET 



BOSTON 9, MASS. 



GILLOOLY FUNERAL SERVICE 



William G. Crowley, Prop. 



Telephone No. 7-0174 



Funeral Home 

126 WALPOLE STREET, NORWOOD 



Compliments of 


Compliments of 


Johnny's Barber Shop 


NORWOOD PHARMACY 


"modern hair cutting" 




ELLIS TAVERN BUILDING 


638 WASHINGTON STREET 


WESTWOOD, MASS. 


NORWOOD 


ANDY'S JEWELERS 


Vesta's Beauty Shoppe 




268 WASHINGTON STREET 


10 GUILD STREET 


ISLINGTON 


NORWOOD 


Tel. DEdham 3-2210 




Office Home 


ISLINGTON GARAGE 


Norwood 7-2 101-M Norwood 7-13 56-M 


Louis Magaletta, Prop. 


Farnham's Music Shop 




Band and Orchestra Instruments Repaired and Rented 




New and Used Instruments for Sale 


277 WASHINGTON STREET 


Accessories 


ISLINGTON 


851 WASHINGTON STREET 




NORWOOD, MASS. 


Flaherty's Men's Shop 


BEST WISHES 


STETSON HATS ARROW SHIRTS 






Abraham Portman, M.D. 


INTERWOVEN HOSE 





Smart Buys Buick 

NORWOOD BUICK CO. 

10 COTTAGE STREET— NORWOOD 
Phone NO. 7-0181 



Open Thursday and Friday Evenings 



THE 



DEDHAM TRANSCRIPT 



Member of the A. B. C. 



Full Coverage 

of 

Westwood and Islington News 

Every Friday Since 1870 



Compliments of 



The Norfolk & Dedham 

Mutual Fire Insurance 

Company 



4 PEARL STREET 
DEDHAM 



EDWARD J. CASHEN 



COMPLIMENTS 



REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE 



AMBROSE PRESS 

F. W. Neilsen, President 



Commercial Printers 
for Over 50 Years 



925 WASHINGTON STREET 
NORWOOD, MASS. 



MAY 
FUNERAL SERVICE 

85 NICHOLS STREET 
NORWOOD 

Telephone NOrwood 7-1509 



HASLAM, BARLOW 
& PITCHFORD 



REAL ESTATE 

INSURANCE 

BUILDERS 

NOTARY PUBLIC 



571 HIGH STREET, OPP. TOWN HALL 
WESTWOOD, MASS. 



Compliments of . 



ALBERT E. FISHER 



ARNOLD R. LAMBERT 


ALFRED MAGALETTA 


Licensed Electrician 


REAL ESTATE 


Complete Electrical Service 




43 LAKE SHORE DRIVE 


317 WASHINGTON STREET 


WESTWOOD, MASS. 


ISLINGTON, MASS. 


Tel. DE. 3-0939 


Tel. DE. 3-3095-W 


Telephone DEdham 3-1636 


Fisher-Churchill Co. 


Yvonne's House of Beauty 


Established 1854 




Coal— Coke — Fuel Oils 


563 HIGH STREET 
DEDHAM, MASS. 


Mason Materials 



FISHER DAIRY 



JEN'S BEAUTY and GIFT SHOPPE 

Calart Flowers Belgium Glass-ware 

Hummels Italian Pottery 

German Steins 

15 COTTAGE STREET, NORWOOD 
Telephone NOrwood 7-1594 



NORWOOD CO-OPERATIVE BANK 

PROFITABLE SAVINGS 

SERIAL SHARES — For Systematic Savings. Current dividend at 3'/2% 
per annum, compounded quarterly. 

SAVINGS SHARES — Deposit as often as you can. Withdraw when 
needed. Current interest rate 2% per annum, 
compounded quarterly. 

PAID-UP SHARES— For Lump Sum Investment. Current dividend 21/2% 
per annum. Dividends payable quarterly. 

All Shares Insured In Full Under Massachusetts Law. 



North Walpole Greenhouses 


ELLIS TAVERN 

"A Country Store Since 1731" 


"Flowers for All Occasions" 


BARBER SHOP 




REAL ESTATE 


WALPOLE, MASS. 


ELLIS TAVERN FOODS 


Phone 159 


DEdham 3-0299 


W. W. DeMALLIE 


POND PLAIN STORE 


569 HIGH STREET (OPP. TOWN HALL) 






307 POND STREET 


Appliances — Paints 




TV Service — Artists' Supplies 

Philgas — Houseware 

Hardware 


GROCERIES MEATS 
PROVISIONS 



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of the part we have had in helping to make your classbook a 
permanent reminder of your school years, recording with photo- 
graphs one of the happiest and most exciting times of your 
life! We hope that, just as you have chosen us as your class 
photographer, you will continue to think of Loring Studios when 
you want photographs to help you remember other momentous 
days to come! When you choose Loring portraits, you oxq 
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THE BEST OF EVERYTHING— 




CLASS OF '51 




Is the Wish of 


JOHNSON 
MOTOR SALES 


ART lOHNSON'S 


INC. 


QUICK-SERVICE STAND 




CORNER EVERETT STREET 


ISLINGTON, MASS. 


AND ROUTE 1 


OLDSMOBILE 


NORWOOD 






SANSONE MOTORS 


EDWARD BINGHAM 




& SONS, INC. 






100 BROADWAY 


FLORIST 


NORWOOD, MASS. 


DEDHAM, MASS. 






Best Wishes to the Graduates 



Conway Pontiac Co., Inc. 






THE VILLAGE BARBER 


Sales — PONTIAC — Service 






291 WASHINGTON STREET 


997 WASHINGTON STREET 


ISLINGTON 


Norwood 7-2772 




Save systematically. It pays! 
One dollar will open an account 


For Quality Paper and Paints 


Three dollars will earn dividends 


See 


Save time by banking at the Westwood 




Office of this Bank at 563 High Street 
WESTWOOD 


MacDonald Color Center 


Dedham Institution 


48 DAY STREET, NORWOOD 


for Savings 


356 WASHINGTON STREET, DEDHAM 



SMOOTH SAILING, CLASS OF '51 



Ever watch a sailboat fighting its way against the wind? 

Forward progress can only be made by tacking, sailing 
obliquely into the wind, first at one angle, then at a change 
of tack. But always forward! 

Class of '51, you are ready to change your tack. The head 
winds are strong, but we know you'll take a new tack that 
will continue to carry you forward! 



BIRD 

& SON. inc. 



GAY FARM 

Milk and Cream Produced Locally 

from our own State tested and 

inspected herds 

Also Finest Ouolity Fruit 


Bruce Hospital & Kennels, 

INC. 

ROUTE 128 
DEDHAM, MASS. 


Westwood Oil Company 

HUBERT C. EATON, Owner 

Range and Fuel Oil — Metered Service 
Jenney Gas Station — Tires — Accessories 

Tel. DE. 3-0072, DE. 3-0077 


Paul C. Ewing & Co. 

Oil Burners 

30 BEECHNUT ROAD 
WESTWOOD, MASS. 

Tel NO. 7-2759 


"Where Westwood's Elite 
Meet to Eat" 

THE WOODSHED 


Compliments of . . . 

A. N. FISHER, M.D. 


MARY'S DRESS SHOP 

Where My Lady Likes to Shop 

Dresses — Suits 
Lingerie — Hosiery 

15 COTTAGE STREET 

NORWOOD, MASS. 

NO. 7-2880 


For Personalized Cleansing 

and Satin-Finished Shirts 

Send to 

WHITNEY'S SKY-WAY 

CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS 

922 HIGH STREET, WESTWOOD 
Tel. DE. 3-1805 



WESTWOOD 




FURNITURE CO., Inc. 


OWEN MOTORS, Inc. 




14 WASHINGTON STREET 


Furniture and Appliances 


WESTWOOD, MASS. 


960 WASHINGTON STREET 




ROUTE 128 and lA 




DEDHAM, MASS. 




Tel. DE. 3-3220 


Authorized Lincoln-Mercury Dealer 


Norwood Nursery 


Compliments of 


& Landscape Service 

A. Whitmore, Jr., Proprietor 


Cliff's Fur Storage Vaults 


795 NEPONSET STREET, NORWOOD 


913 MAIN STREET 


Tel. NO. 7-0526 


WALPOLE, MASS. 


Griswold W. Roche 


THE ROGERS PRESS 


and 

Herbert C. Monroe 


Producers of Good Impressions 

H. Crossley, Proprietor 


INSURANCE 






HIGH STREET 


"Service beyond the Contract" 


DEDHAM, MASS. 



PAUL H. KRAW 


THE DOGHOUSE 


FUNERAL HOME 


164 ROUTE 128 




DEDHAM 


1248 WASHINGTON STREET 




NORWOOD, MASS. 


Boarding — Trimming — Showing 


Tel.NO. 7-0482, DE. 3-3321 


Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hall, Props. 



Compliments of 

PERRY J. CROUSE 

'The Pioneer Realtor of Westwood' 

Established 25 years 



109 POND STREET 



WESTWOOD 



THE 

Thomas Sutton Company 

Established 1884 Incorporated 1914 


WILLIAM P. McLAREN 

INSURANCE 


Meats, Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables 


312 HIGH STREET 


NEEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 


WESTWOOD 


Telephone Needham 1 643- 1 644 


DEdham 3-0737 


Compliments of . . . 


To the Class of "51" 




THANKS FOR THE SWEATERS 


MITCH 


Bliz Donny 


WAYNE 


Steve Bir. 


WALLY 


Wally 



Compliments of 



R. E. HIGHT CHEVROLET, Inc. 



U. S. ROUTE I AT EVERETT STREET NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Virgil Flower Shoppe 


FRED C. BROWNE 


Floral Designs for All Occasions 




8 VERNON STREET 


Ford Sales & Service 


NORWOOD 




Telephone NOrwood 7-2560 


390 PROVIDENCE HIGHWAY 


FLOWERS BY WIRE 


NORWOOD, MASS. 



NORWOOD MONUMENTAL WORKS 

CEMETERY MEMORIALS 
Mazzola Modern Memorials 

Serving Norwood and Surrounding Towns Since 1922 

WASHINGTON AND CHAPEL STREETS 

Telephone Norwood 1735 

NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of . . . 


MARY HARTIGAN'S 


The Three Musketeers 


Good things to eat 


Bill 




Don 


DEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 


Bob 


Open 11 A.M."8:30P.M. 



SALVY'S 


NORWOOD 


Barber & Beauty Shoppe 


MALT COMPANY 


) 
397 WASHINGTON STREET 


NORWOOD 


DEDHAM DE. 3-1446 


MASSACHUSETTS 


QUINLAN BROS. 


ISLINGTON PHARMACY 


DEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 


REXALL 


Heating Oils — Gasoline — Motor Oils 


Registered Pharmacist Always 




in Attendance 


DEdham 3-0325 




FRANCIS W. OUINLAN 


GUY R. ABBATE 



Compliments of 



GILLIS BUSINESS SCHOOL 

30 WALPOLE STREET 
NORWOOD, MASS. 

Tel. Norwood 7-0844 





Metropolitan Oil Company 


BEST WISHES 


312 WHITING AVENUE 


TO THE CLASS OF '51' 


DEDHAM 




J. L. O'Sullivan, Jr.— DE. 3-1927 


Norwood Press Company 


42 STEARNS STREET, WESTWOOD 




Res. DE. 3-1676 



CONGRATULATIONS 

from 

ROBERT S. DRAPER 

Complete Painting Service 

368 POND STREET WESTWOOD, MASS. 



BASTIAN BROS. CO. 

ROCHESTER, N. Y. 



Designers and Producers of Exclusive High School Jewelry 
Engraved Commencement Announcements — Name Cards 



WESTWOOD CHILDREN'S SHOP 

934 HIGH STREET 
WESTWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 

LOREN MURCHISON & CO., Inc. 

School and College Jewelers 

Represented by 

JAMES F. CORK 

333 WASHINGTON ST. BOSTON 8, MASS. 

Room 705 — RI 2-0161 



Compliments of 

YOUR YEARBOOK STAFF 

JOAN SAVAGE NATAL YE BILL AUDREY SHEAF DIANA LaROCCA 

PEGGY LYDON KENNY JOHNSON BEVERLY DRAPER 

JIMMY WHITING BARBRA ZEIGLER 



Compliments of 



PLIMPTON PRESS 



Weslwood Publk Library